32. Comments – Due Monday before class is over
Comment on your favorite four photos from the photo 1 landscape photos or advanced patterns in nature or hands and feet photos. Please go through different student’s work to view more than four. Your comments need to include the photography and art language that we have talked about so far. This is not a one word or one sentence comment. Take your time and think about the other person’s work, what spoke to you, what did you like, what could be included to make the photo more dynamic, etc. Make sure that your comments are thought provoking and helpful. Type out your comments on four of your favorite photos on the blog. Then in Microsoft Word, copy each of your comments and the photo that you commented on, include the photographers name, and upload your word document to your blog as “Comments 8.”
33. Conceptual Self Portrait – Due Wednesday before class is over
Take a photograph, which represents something important about yourself, without showing your face in the photograph. In the caption section, when you post, include a title. You will upload your best 4 photos that show, conceptually, yourself. Please post as a gallery 2×2. Add the following to the post: First define the word “conceptual” (in your own words) and then write a two to three paragraph reflection explaining how each of your photographs conceptually and visually shows something about you and what you are attempting to share about yourself with the viewer. Title your blog post “Conceptual Self Portraits.”
34. In groups of 3-4 take these photos and upload to your blog as “Nature Scavenger Hunt.” Only one person needs to upload, but add in an extra at the end who was in your group. 5×2 gallery. Title each photo with the names below. There are 10 photos total. These need to be new photos that you take today during class. I will open the titles of each photo on Thursday.